What dialogue was moved?
As for your other thread (which you can find here: http://www.orthodoxchristianity.net/forum/index.php/topic,30394.0.html
), I think the hard thing was responding to your initial post, which was a bit of a hodge-podge, and seemingly a old, hashed-out, somewhat stereotypical diatribe (which I wouldn't assume that you'd make - you freely admit to finding it elsewhere). If it had been divided up into a series of posts, or divided within the post into smaller sections with more concrete points, then it may have gotten more attention. It did appear, at least to me, that you were coming in looking to "stir the pot," which I don't believe to be the intention you wanted to convey.
As for the moderator's request, it is a firm forum policy that all material that is not original be cited, even material that exists in the public domain (i.e. not copyrighted). Furthermore, if it is an extended tract or article, it should have a link to where it was originally found or, if not online, a full citation. This information ensures that you're not plagiarizing, and allows anyone who is interested to conduct their own inquiry into the material.
With this understanding, your initial post needs to be given this citation - you should send a Message to the moderator who gave you the warning, either by clicking the "My Messages" link near the top, and then selecting "New message" from the links to the left, and typing his user name in the "To" line, or you can click on his name in one of his posts, and near the bottom click the link that says "Send this member a personal message." In the message, you should give him the link to the site where you found the information, so he can append it to your original post (users are able to edit their messages for a brief period of time, < 15 minutes, after they initially post it; after that point, only moderators, global moderators, or administrators can edit them).
As for "how does one go about interacting with "us," it's pretty simple: choose the forum that fits your interest (Liturgy, Orthodox-Catholic Discussion, Free-For-All: Religious Topics, etc.), and then either post in one of the threads, or start a new topic, being mindful of the Forum Rules and the Collected Board Policies (which are referred to you by PeterTheAleut in the other thread you started). Be respectful and clear, and usually people here will respond in kind.
Enjoy your time on the forum!